Bugatti has released the last copy of the Divo hypercar worth € 5 millionJuly 23, 2021
The last copy of the strictly limited edition of the Bugatti Divo coupe went to its owner. Note that each of the 40 cars produced was estimated at 5 million euros.
Bugatti handed over to its customer the last copy of the Divo hypercar, which was limited to only 40 copies. Recall that the model received its name in honor of the French racer of the 1930s, Albert Divo. For the first time, the model was shown almost exactly 3 years ago as part of the Elegance Contest in the American Pebble Beach.
The model was based on the notorious Chiron, but at the same time for Divo they developed a completely different front part of the body with an extended front spoiler and enlarged air intakes. The hypercar has lost noise insulation materials, and also received a carbon-coated intercooler. The coupe weighs 1996 kg, which is 35 kg less than the standard Chiron, Tarantas.News notes.
The Divo uses the same engine found in the Chiron – a turbocharged 8.0-liter W16 four-cylinder that produces 1,479bhp. power, which allows you to accelerate to 100 km / h in 2.4 seconds, and the “maximum speed” is limited to 380 km / h.
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